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Bel Huawei Technologies talks about opportunities for implementing cutting-edge projects in Belarus


According to BelTA it is possible to implement cutting-edge projects in Belarus, BelTA learned from Director General of OOO Bel Huawei Technologies Pan Yong during the Mobile World Congress, which is scheduled to take place in Barcelona, Spain on 27 February 2 March.

According to Pan Yong, internationally recognized companies, including Huawei, present their innovations during the Mobile World Congress. We intend to help mobile carriers introduce digital technologies for the sake of achieving the best results. During the congress our company has organized a forum dedicated to such important topics as 5G innovations and to finding ways for mobile carriers and partners to build a digital business environment for sustainable development. Using cloud computing technologies across the board is one of the ideas, said Pan Yong. As part of Huawei's stand work participants of the Mobile World Congress shared their vision of transformation and the best practices of introducing digital technologies. Representatives of the Belarusian Information Technologies and Communications Ministry as well as the Belarusian companies Bel Huawei Technologies, beCloud, and MTS are taking part in the Mobile World Congress. Huawei is the world's leading vendor of information and communication technology solutions. The company positions itself as a reliable business partner for introducing innovative information technologies. It was founded in 1987. At present the company employs 180,000 personnel all over the world, including in Belarus. They work to implement high-tech innovations and solutions. Cooperation in the area of high technologies is an important component of Belarus-China cooperation in accordance with top-level agreements on building the Silk Road Economic Belt.

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